Investing

Is Buy and Hold Finished? Read What Hulbert Says About Market Timing

By in Advanced Investing, Asset Allocation, Automatic Saving, Bond, Investing, Mutual Funds | 15 comments

Market Timing versus Buy and Hold Investing; The Gloves are Off Is it wrong to delight in “proof” that my investing practice and writings are correct? Mark Hulbert, long time author of the Hulbert Financial Digest and Wall Street Journal (WSJ) columnist asked, “Can Market Timers Beat the Index?” in the July 20, 2013 week end edition of the...

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The Top 7 Investing Mistakes to Avoid

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The Top 7 Mistakes Investors Make Investing smartly can increase the likelihood of a prosperous and secure financial future. The problem? Many make costly investing mistakes — and often, repeat the same missteps, which prevents their wealth from growing as much as it could. Often, such errors can be avoided by following the guidance of a knowledgeable financial...

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What’s the Impact of the Greek Debt Crisis On My Investments?

What’s the Impact of the Greek Debt Crisis On My Investments?

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Current Investing Analysis Will the Greece Situation Hurt My Investments? As investors, we tend to get nervous when there’s economic upheaval. It’s well known that investment markets are skittish. Markets can drop in a minute after negative economic news. The Greek Debt Crisis is all over the news. But what are the implications of this global crisis for...

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Investing Rule 1: Know Thyself

Investing Rule 1: Know Thyself

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First Investing Rule-Know Thyself I was fascinated by an article by Mike at Oblivious Investor entitled,  “Why I Don’t Overweight Small Cap or Value Stocks”. His argument was based on the first investing rule-know thyself. Mike is one of the most disciplined guys I know. He sticks to what is right for him. He knows himself, and lives accordingly....

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